what do I need to change the 1997 Plymouth voyager transmission oil
regular automatic transmission fluid
Down the transmission dipstick.
Remove transmission oil pan for access to filter. Replace pan gasket, fluid and filter
The power steering system on a 2002 Plymouth Voyager uses automatic transmission fluid.
You add transmission fluid down the dipstick tube.
Under the hood on the driver side you will find the transmission dipstick. You add fluid there.
It uses Mopar ATF+4
You add it down the dipstick tube.
A 1991 Chrysler Voyager can use ATF+3 or ATF +4.
Total transmission capacity is almost nine quarts. Required amount after filter change is around five quarts.
Usually about 5.Usually about 5.
Mopar ATF+3 or Mopar ATF+4
No! Only use Mopar ATF+4
Take the 14 bolts out of the transmission pan, and here comes the fluid. purchase a gasket and rebolt the pan back up there .. Refill with fluid .. 4 or 5 quarts ATF + 3
Same place you check it. Remove the transmission dipstick, and place a funnel there and pore in the new fluids
For a 1998 Plymouth Voyager that won't go into gear, the problem may be the shifter or the shifter cable. A problem with the linkage can cause it to not shift into gear. Also, check the transmission fluid to see if it's low. Even if it isn't low, you may need to change the transmission fluid and filter.
lacing windshield fluid reseroir on 198 plymouth grand voyager
If you are just changing the fluid it hold about 5 quarts, but if the transmission has been flushed (which I've been told is BAD) it will hold about 10. Hope it helps.
It will take about five quarts if only the pan is removed.
Filter service is about five quarts. Total capacity is almost nine quarts.
A 1998ÊPlymouth Voyager requires an uncommon transmission fluid due to the turbocharge that this engine has. The correct transmission fluid is Mopar ATF+3.